Saturday, August 23, 2014

Graphic 45 - An Eerie Tale Angle Card

I have been playing with An Eerie Tale paper from Graphic 45 lately.  I made this angled tri-fold card and decorated both sides of it.  Here is the front and I did a ribbon closure that is tied on the side.

Here are the 2nd and 3rd front panels of the card.  I could write a message on the postcard.

These are the shorter panels on the backside of the card.   You can see that this fairy shows on the front side of the card when it is closed.  I got the fairy die as a freebie from Spellbinders at CHA last month.  I never thought I'd use it but look how pretty it is with this paper!

The backside last and largest panel is shown here.  Decorating the backside of the card is optional.  But, I love to use patterned paper whenever I can!  Especially paper as pretty as this one is!

The card measures 4 x 6 closed.  Cut your paper to 6 x 12 and score at 4 and 8.  Then make a mark on one edge at 4 inches then cut at the diagonal from the 6 inch end to 4 inches.  That gives you the angle at the top.

Enjoy your weekend everyone!

  • Stamps: None!
  • Paper: Bazzill Heavyweight - Black, Graphic 45 - An Eerie Tale - 12 x 12
  • Ink: Cat's Eye - Blackbird Chalk Ink
  • Dies: Spellbinders - Cierra Fairy, Anna Griffin - Flourish Scroll
  • Ribbon: May Arts - Black Seam Binding

1 comment:

Katie Sims said...

Miriam, you and Graphic 45 are a match made in heaven! I always love seeing what you do with their papers! Hope all is well with you! :)